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Jun 21, 2013 4:00am PDT
implanted with a device last month. >> daddy loves you. >> reporter: this is 3-year-old grayson clamp hearing his dad for the very first time. >> daddy loves you. daddy loves you. >> reporter: it's just moments after doctors turned on his new hearing system. nicole clamp is grayson's mother. >> overwhelming joy to see your child hear for the first time. i don't think i have any other words that could adequately describe what that felt like. >> reporter: grayson was born completely deaf because he lacks the sound that sends messages from the coke kwee ya to the brain. doctors had to bypass the body's normal hearing pathway. the device threads sound to his skull. they plant an implanted electrode that sits in the area of the brain stem that processes the hearing. dr. craig buckman performed the surgery. >> he responds to things like music, responds to voices. teachers have noticed some changes and they actually have noticed he's started to use his voice a little bit. >> reporter: the procedure was approved for adults in 2000. it's most responsive in children and grayson was the fi
NBC
Jun 20, 2013 5:30pm PDT
report tonight from kate snow. >> reporter: 3-year-old grayson clamp was back at his doctor's office today for a checkup. grayson was born with a host of medical issues -- open heart surgery as an infant, vision loss in one eye, and no auditory nerves in either ear. but about four weeks ago after groundbreaking surgery, little grayson heard his father's voice for the first time. >> daddy loves you, daddy loves you. >> yes. hear. >> can you hear daddy? >> reporter: mom nicole was shooting the video. >> when they turned that thing on and it worked, and he responded to that sound, it was like the weight was lifted off of me. it was a long road getting there. >> reporter: nicole and lynn are high school sweethearts, who adopted grayson out of foster care. >> he is a really smart little kid, a lot going on in that brain of his that he want to get out, that he wants to tell us, and you can tell that, but he just hasn't really been able to. >> i can hear myself. >> reporter: we've seen technology help others. the viral videos of that indescribable moment when a person hears for the very fir
CBS
Jun 21, 2013 1:35am PDT
-old grayson clamp had never heard a sound. >> overwhelming joy. i don't think i have any other words to describe what that felt like. >> grayson was born completely deaf. he lacks the part of the nerve that sends sound from the cochlea to his brain. a device on his ear collects and transmits sound through wires threaded through the skull. those wires connect to an implanted electrode that sits in an area of the brain stem that processes hearing. head and neck surgeon dr. craig performed the surgery. >> he responds to music and voices. teachers have noticed changes and he's started to use his voice a bit. >> grayson is among the first to receive it. the device may work better on younger and more adaptable brains. >> we know childrens brains are more plastic. they're able to tolerate many more things. we thought children would be able to use the information in a better way. >> it melts my heart to hear his voice. every mother longs to hear her child's voice. for him to finally start using it is just so amazing to me. >> doctors are confident grayson will eventually hear and speak like
NBC
Jun 21, 2013 4:00am PDT
: 3-year-old grayson clamp was back at his doctor's office today for a checkup. grayson was born with a host of medical issues, open heart surgery as an infant, vision loss in one eye and no auditory nerves in either ear. but about four weeks ago after a ground-breaking surgery, little grayson heard his dad's voice for the very first time. >> daddy loves you. daddy loves you. can you hear daddy? >> reporter: mom nicole was smoothing the video. >> when they turned that thing on and it worked, he responded to that sound, it was like the weight was lifted off of me. because it was just a long road getting there. >> reporter: this is a milestone. grayson's implant requires brain surgery and he's the first child to receive one as part of an fda approved trial. >> my dream for him is that he will develop intelligible speech and he'll be able to function independently, pretty much what, you know, any mom wants for their little boy. >> reporter: they feel blessed to be the first and hope other children will experience that same joy. >> daddy loves you. >> reporter: kate snow, nbc news, new yo
CNN
Jun 20, 2013 6:00am PDT
son grayson. dr. sanjay gupta joins us now with more. this is just an amazing story. to see this little boy's reaction is priceless. >> i think you're going to like this one, carol. it is an amazing story. i'll preface by saying, doctors don't use the word miracle very often. the father of grayson said that god is still in the miracle business after he experienced what you're about to see now. take a look. it could be called a modern day miracle. watch as this little boy hears his father's voice for the first time. >> hi grayson. talk to him, daddy. >> daddy loves you. daddy loves you. daddy -- >> hear. >> can you hear daddy? >> before this moment grayson had never heard a sound. >> that's you. grayson. >> reporter: grayson was born without the auditory nerves that carry sound from the inner ear to the brain. initially he was fitted with a cochlear implant, but without nerves it was ineffective. that's what doctors that university of north carolina school of medicine gave him this. it's an auditory brain stem implant. the device is typically used in adults whose nerves have been
CNN
Jun 21, 2013 3:00am PDT
, grayson. this is him hearing his father's voiceor the first time. a 3-year-old boy born with an unusual medical situation, doctors with the miracle fix. he's here with his parents this morning. it will be great to meet grayson on "new day." >> i could watch that video over and over again. i want to make things more secure. [ whirring ] [ dog barks ] i want to treat more dogs. ♪ our business needs more cases. [ male announcer ] where do you want to take your business? i need help selling art. [ male announcer ] from broadband to web hosting to mobile apps, small business solutions from at&t have the security you need to get you there. call us. we can show you how at&t solutions can help you do what you do... even better. ♪ can help you do what you do... even better. we've been bringing people together. today, we'd like people to come together on something that concerns all of us. obesity. and as the nation's leading beverage company, we can play an important role. that includes continually providing more options. giving people easy ways to help make informed choices. and offering por
ABC
Jun 20, 2013 4:30pm PDT
, hearing sound for the first time ever. >> can you hear daddy? daddy loves you. >> reporter: grayson clamp was born without nerves in either of his ears. watch as his father tries to talk with his little boy who in this moment was turned back to his book. >> show me puppy. >> reporter: little grayson points to the puppy on that book. a moment unfolds, dad simply asks his little boy a question. >> do you hear daddy? yes? >> reporter: everyone in the room recognizing it's almost too much for this little boy to comprehend at first. it's now been a month since that moment and grayson's mother telling us she remembers it like it just happened. >> a mix of overwhelming joy, relief, excitement. >> reporter: without the nerves in his ears, a cochlear implant at 18 months old didn't work. here's what doctors did instead. an experimental procedure, complex brain surgery, so rare he's the first child to have it in the u.s. by passing the years all together surgeons inserted a tiny microchip directly in the brain's sound processing center in the brain sem to stimulate hearing, skipping the ears
CBS
Jun 21, 2013 4:30am PDT
simple words. >> daddy loves you. >> oh, my! >> yes! >> reporter: before this moment, 3-year-old grayson clamp had never heard a sound. >> overwhelming joy to see your child hear for the first time. i don't think i have any other words that could absolutely describe what that felt like. >> reporter: grayson was born deaf. he lacks the nerve that sends sound from the cochlea, part of his inner ear to his brain so doctors had to bypass the body's normal hearing pathway. a device on his ear collects and transmits sound through wires threaded through the skull. those wires then connect to an implanted electrode that sits in the area of the brain stem that processes hearing. head and neck surgeon dr. craig buckman performed the surgery. >> he responds to things like music, responds to voices. teachers have noticed some changes and they have also noticed this he started to talk. >> reporter: the procedure was approved for adults in 2000. it's still experimental in children. grayson is among the first to receive it. dr. buckman says the device may work better on younger and more adaptable brain
CBS
Jun 20, 2013 5:30pm PDT
what that felt like. g reporter: grayson was born completely deaf because he lacks the nerve that sends sound from the cochlea-- part of his inner ear-- to his brain. mal hetors had to bypass the body's normal hearing pathway. a device on his ear collects and transmits sound through wires threaded through the skull. nnose wires connect to an implanted electrode that sits in an area of the brain stem that n dr. crs hearing. head and neck surgeon dr. craig >> hman performed the surgery. >> he responds to things like music, responds to voices, teachers have noticed changes and they've also noticed that he's started to use his voice a bit. >> reporter: the procedure was approved for adults in 2000. it's still experimental in children and grayson is among ch the first to receive it. dr. buchman says the device may on youngter on younger and more adaptable brains. >> we know children's brains are more plastic. they're able to tolerate more things than we thought children would be able to use the information in a better way. >> daddy loves you! >> it melts my heart to hear his voice beca
MSNBC
Jun 21, 2013 2:00am PDT
snow has the remarkable and heart-warming story. >> reporter: 3-year-old grayson clamp was back at his doctor's office today for a checkup. grayson was born with a host of medical issues, open-heart surgery as an infant, vision loss in one eye and no auditory nerves in either ear. but about four weeks ago, after a groundbreaking surgery, little grayson heard his dad's voice for the very first time. >> daddy loves you. daddy loves you. daddy. >> yes! he heard! >> can you hear daddy? >> reporter: mom nicole was shooting the video. >> when they turned that thing on and it worked, he responded to that sound, it was like just a weight was lifted off of me, because it was just a long road getting there. >> reporter: this is a milestone. grayson's implant requires brain surgery and he's the first child to receive one as part of an fda-approved trial. >> my dreams for him is that he will develop intelligible speech and he'll be able to function independently, pretty much what any mom wants for their little boy. yes, he heard! >> reporter: they feel blessed to be the first and hope other childr
CW
Jun 20, 2013 10:00pm PDT
this moment, three- year-old, grayson never heard a sound. >> overwelming joy. i don't think i could have any other words. >> part of his inner ear to his bare. so doctors had it -- collects and transmate sound through wires threaded through the skull. those wires collect to an implonted electrode that processes hearing. head and neck surgeon performed the surgery. >> he responds to things like music, teachers have noticed some changes and he started to use his voice a bit. >> the procedure was approved. grayson is among the first to receive it. the device may work better on younger and more adaptable brains. >> we know that children's brains are much more plastic. they are able to toll tolerate many more things. >> it melts my heart. any mother longs to hear her child's voice. for him to finally start using it is just so amazing to me. >> the sign that grayson was saying means voice. >> unbelievable. >> amazing story. >> well, some vandals are on a rampage in golden gate park. they are chopping down baby trees, costing the city tens of thousands of dollars. just in the last nine mon
ABC
Jun 21, 2013 4:30am PDT
action when he first heard his dad's voice. >> hi, grayson. >> daddy loves you. daddy loves you. daddy -- >> he heard. >> can you hear daddy? >> chokes me up. grayson was born without the auditory nerves that can carry sound from the inner ear to the brain. doctors gave him the implant which is usually only used in adults whose nerves have been damaged. doctors are confident grayson will hear and speak like any other child. >> he is like any other child. i can tell you, a few seconds later, those cards he was holding, went right back to them. >> moving on. >> yeah. 4:45 now, check in with leyla, a check of the forecast, this first day of summer. >> first day of summer, warmer today o i suggest you bottle it. it is all going away on sunday >> sorry to be the bearer of bad news, everyone. good morning, look at our live doppler 7 hd radar satellite, we have patchy fog along the coast, but going to warm up beautifully for this afternoon. we are going to be experiencing our first full day of summer. that means the sun will stay in one spot but starting tomorrow, it will start getting a litt
CNN
Jun 21, 2013 1:00am PDT
impossible. it happened while we were still in the woman. 3-year-old boy grayson clamp's first sound was captured on video. take a look. >> daddy loves you. daddy loves you. daddy -- >> yes. he hears. >> can you hear daddy? >> it's an incredible moment, obviously, for grayson and his family. he was born without the nerves to process sound. he is the first child to get what is called an auditory brain stem implant. a device studied in clinical trial. he had the surgery if april in north carolina. joining us is our chief medical correspondent sanjay gupta. it's remarkable to see his face light up like that. how does this implant work. >> i can't stop watching this video. it's amazing. let me show you the way this works. again, it is remarkable. z we're looking at a true medical first here. as you pointed out, anderson, the nerve that goes from his ear to his brain stem, that's what he doesn't have. that's a specific hearing loss. what they're trying to do is recreate part of his nervous system. let me show you on the brain model. this is the right side of the brain. this, you see the m
CNN
Jun 20, 2013 10:00am PDT
boy hears his father's voice for the first time. >> hi, grayson, talk to him, daddy. >> daddy loves you. daddy loves you. >> yes. >> can you hear daddy? >> before this moment grayson clamp had never heard a sound. >> that's you. grayson. >> grayson was born without the auditory nerves that carry sound from the inner ear to the brain. initially he was fitted with a coclear implant, but without nerves it was ineffective. that's when doctors at the university of north carolina school of medicine gave him this. it's an auditory brain stem implant. the device is typically used in adults whose nerves have been damaged and hadn't yet been approved for use in children. but that changed thanks to an fda approved trial. and grayson became the first child in the country to undergo the procedure. >> we don't really know exactly what it's like for him. we don't know exactly what he hears, if he hears everything we hear, some of what we hear. >> doctors are confident grayson will eventually hear and speak like any other child. his parents say he's already made great progress although they won't s
ABC
Jun 21, 2013 1:05am PDT
warming story about a 3-year-old boy born deaf. now this is grayson's priceless astonishing reaction when he heard his dad's voice for the first time watch. >> hi talk to him daddy. >> daddy loves you. daddy loves you. caddy [ laughing] can you hear ?addy >>reporter: is that not sweetest most touching thing you have seen in awhile. born without the auditory nerve that is carry sound from the inner ear to the brain so doctors gave him an auditory brain stem implant typically used in adults whose nerves damaged. doctors are confident grayson will hear and speak lake any other child. >> that lack of surprise. >> beautiful. just fabulous. >> let's get a check of the summer forecast. >> summer is officially here as we said. >> once again that was amazing story. love it. >> live doppler 7hd clear skies across the bay area from coast to inland. live view from the high definition emeryville camera over in the east bay lacking west ward to san francisco. temperatures at this hour 54 degrees in san francisco. 58 in oakland. 60 in mount view san jose 54 half man bay. another live view from the
KOFY
Jun 20, 2013 11:30pm PDT
warming story about a 3-year-old boy born deaf. now this is grayson's priceless astonishing reaction when he heard his dad's voice for the first time watch. >> hi talk to him daddy. >> daddy loves you. daddy loves you. caddy [ laughing] can you hear daddy? >>reporter: is that not sweetest most touching thing you have seen in awhile. born without the auditory nerve that is carry sound from the inner ear to the brain so doctors gave him an auditory brain stem implant typically used in adults whose nerves damaged. doctors are confident grayson will hear and speak lake any other child. >> that lack of surprise. >> beautiful. just fabulous. >> let's get a check of the summer forecast. >> summer is officially here as we said. >> once again that was amazing story. love it. >> live doppler 7hd clear skies across the bay area from coast to inland. live view from the high definition emeryville camera over in the east bay lacking west ward to san francisco. temperatures at this hour 54 degrees in san francisco. 58 in oakland. 60 in mount view san jose 54 half man bay. another live view from the
ABC
Jun 20, 2013 11:00pm PDT
story about a 3-year-old boy born deaf. now this is grayson's priceless astonishing reaction when he heard his dad's voice for the first time watch. >> hi talk to him daddy. >> daddy loves you. daddy loves you. caddy [ laughing] can you hear daddy? >>reporter: is that not sweetest most touching thing you have seen in awhile. born without the auditory nerve that is carry sound from the inner ear to the brain so doctors gave him an auditory brain stem implant typically used in adults whose nerves damaged. doctors are confident grayson will hear and speak lake any other child. >> that lack of surprise. >> beautiful. just fabulous. >> let's get a check of the summer forecast. >> summer is officially here as we said. >> once again that was amazing story. love it. >> live doppler 7hd clear skies across the bay area from coast to inland. live view from the high definition emeryville camera over in the east bay lacking west ward to san francisco. temperatures at this hour 54 degrees in san francisco. 58 in oakland. 60 in mount view san jose 54 half man bay. another live view from the high de
ABC
Jun 21, 2013 1:40am PDT
, grayson clamp, 3 years old had never heard his father before. >> grayson. >> talk to him, daddy. >> daddy loves you. daddy loves you. >> reporter: grayson points his finger there hearing sound for the first time ever. >> can you hear daddy? daddy loves you. grayson was born without nerves in either of his ears. watch as his father tries to talk with his little boy in this moment has turned back to his book. show me, puppy. >> reporter: little grayson points to the puppy on the book. the moment unfolds. dad simply asks his little boy a question. >> do you hear daddy? yes. >> reporter: everyone in the room recognizing it is almost too much for this little boy to comprehend first. it's been almost a month since that moment. and grayson's mother tonight telling us she remembers it like it just happened. >> a mix of overwhelming joy, relief, excitement. >> reporter: without the nerves in his ears, a cochlear implant at 18 months didn't work. so here's what doctors did instead -- an experimental procedure, complex brain surgery, so rare he is the first child to have it in the u.s. byp
CBS
Jun 21, 2013 7:00am PDT
the face of a 3-year-old hearing his father's voice for the very first time. grayson clamp was born deaf. now thanks to a breakthrough in surgery, he can hear. we'll look at how that's possible. that's ahead. >>> talking on your cell phone while walking may be more dangerous than using it behind the wheel. that's surprising reality. from a new report by a professor at ohio state university. elaine quijano is with us. >> reporter: the study used information collected by the u.s. consumer products safety commission. researchers look at the different ways pedestrians were hurt while on their cell phones which ranked from minor injured to more serious ones like bone fractures and concussions. as cell phone use has increased, so has cases like this. falling into fountains. to now banging your head. even falling off train platforms. a new study says pedestrians risk injury and even death when using their cell phone. >> your eyes are open but your brain isn't. your brain is in the telephone, not in the environment you're in. >> reporter: the study found while overall pedestrian injuries pl
CNN
Jun 21, 2013 10:00am PDT
. taking it all in. we showed you this video yesterday. this is when grayson clamp heard his dad's voice for the very first time. the 3-year-old, he is the first child in the united states to receive an auditory brain stem implant. he was born without a nerve that connects the brain stem to audio waves. his parents, they're absolutely thrilled. as you can imagine. with all of his progress. this morning they were on cnn's "new day." we learned little grayson loves music. watch. >> i don't know that there's any that he doesn't like. >> he likes it all. >> yeah, yeah. >> i love it all. >> we've had a few times where there's been live music he's really been drawn to. >> i'm curious about the relationship between the boys, too. i imagine they have their own way of communicating as siblings often do, right? >> yeah. >> have things changed? are you seeing how they're discovering new things together? >> i don't think -- yeah. they like to communicate through wrestling moves. >> that's a very important way to communicate. >> breaking various things. >> that was just great to see him this mo
ABC
Jun 21, 2013 6:00am PDT
, grayson. >> daddy loves you. daddy loves you. daddy -- >> he heard. >> can you hear daddy? >> almost too much. grayson was born without the auditory nerves that carry sound from the inner ear to the brain. doctors gave him the implant which is usually only used in adults whose nerves have been damaged. doctors are confident grayson will hear and speak like any other child. >> great. fascinating. >> i know. angel. >> 6:49 now. speaking of angels, would be angelic out there today? >> that was a good transition, eric? >> hey, i saw your halo the other day. >> i thought you were going to say she looked like an angel. >> she look had a halo the other day. >> i'm wearing while. >> cue summer. >> and sleeveless. perfect day to go sleeveless. look from our sutro tower cam, a gorgeous sight indeed, nice view of the golden gate bridge toward marin county. you can see a couple of wispy clouds, going to burn off this afternoon, clear skies, really what's in motion right now, trough of low pressure move to the east. all replaced by the ridge of high pressure bringing in warmer days over today and
CNN
Jun 20, 2013 5:00pm PDT
happens in the womb but grayson clamp was worn totally deaf and will never forget that moment captured on tape. >> daddy loves you, daddy loves you. >> incredible moment, of usually for grayson and his family. he was born without the nerves needed to process and hear sound. he's the first child in the united states to get what's called an auditory brain steam implant, being studied in clinical trials. he had the surgery in april in north carolina. joining me is dr. sanjay gupta. how does this work. >> i can't stop watching that. it's amazing when he sees hears that the first time. >> as you pointed out, anderson, the nerve from his ear to the brain stem is what he doesn't have and that's a specific hearing loss. so what they are trying to do is recreate part of the nervous system. let me show you on my brain model. so this is the right side of the brain. this -- you see the micro phone that's sort of sitting around his ear, that takes sound, processes, distills it into frequencies and there is a quire that goes to the brain stem. know this, that it takes that sound that he's hearing an
KRON
Jun 20, 2013 11:00pm PDT
you can. grayson's face is priceless, the first time he heard a sound. it was his father's voice. he was born without the odd the ability to hear. he received an implant. they believe his story will help other children and help doctors improve on the technology. >>> we crown the nba champion. the giants tonight and the a's story, all coming up later. >>> >>> a shooting in san francisco that happened about 10:00 tonight. police say the shootout was between the victim who was armed and possibly two other people. right now nobody is in custody. the victim was shot in the leg and back. he was taken to the hospital and is in serious condition. >>> tonight a bay area screening of a new film is called -- the stars shared what this movie meant to them. >> reporter: out on the red carpet the accident teres talked about putting together the movie on oscar grant's life and what it meant to them. >> there's nothing easy about a mother losing her own son, nothing, and in such a tragic way. you can take away from this a less 99 awe interact with each other. >> reporter: they want the audience to t
MSNBC
Jun 21, 2013 2:30am PDT
-year-old grayson. >> daddy loves you. daddy loves you. daddy -- >> yes, he heard! >> can you hear daddy? >> that's amazing. grayson was born without auditory nerves in either ear. doctors performed the surgery on the 3-year-old. they placed an implant into his brain. he's, of course, still getting into what you could imagine is a rush of information into his brain, but his mother hopes one day soon he'll start to be able to use words as well. so, just an awesome story on friday. >>> one of the more annoying parts of flying could be in store for some changes. and to me, it's less on a human level, but still an awesome story. the "wall street journal" reporting the faa is expected to walk back some of the rules on using personal electronic devices. it will probably mean you won't have to turn your kindle off during takeoff and landing, which is great. you're at a good part of the book and you have to power down. then you feel like a criminal when the flight attendant yells at you or you hide it under something. they're not expected to change the rules on in-flight phone calls, thoug
CNN
Jun 21, 2013 11:00am PDT
. grayson's mom and dad say they really -- there are no words to describe how excited they are about their son's progress. we are so excited for them. that's it for me. don lemon takes it from here. don lemon takes it from here. "cnn newsroom" continues. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>>> good afternoon, everyone. top of the hour. i'm don lemon. in today for brooke. momore questions than answers today in the homicide of a young man in boston and the star new england patriots player entangled in an investigation. aaron hernandez spent much of yesterday trying to avoid the media horde which swarmed him after police searched his home and questioned him over the death of 27-year-old odin lloyd. a law enforcement source says lloyd was shot to death on monday. his body was found in an industrial park less than a mile from hernandez's home. hernandez has not said anything publicly, has not been seen out since yesterday. police have not named him as a suspect in the killing. but he is also not cleared. not in the clear yet. cnn national correspondent, of course, susan candiotti. she is liv
CNN
Jun 21, 2013 6:00am PDT
. >>> a story that has us smiling aren't newsroom. first, grayson clamp, the 3-year-old hadn't heard anything at all because he was born without a cochlear nerve, he was deaf. he became the first child in the united states to receive an auditory brain stem implant, and he heard sounds for the first time in his life. >> daddy loves you. daddy loves you. daddy -- >> yes. >> can you hear daddy? >> i know, it's priceless. fast forward to this morning. grayson and his parents were guests on cnn's "new day" and grayson, well, he pretty much behaved like any other curious 3-year-old. his parents spoke while grayson took a tour of the studio. >> he's doing fantastic, he really is. it's been several weeks now since his implant was activated. and we've already seen a lot of signs of progress really a lot of signs of progress. >> were you at first careful to not expose him to too much because this would be an auditory assault on his little ears? >> not really. our audiology team at unc hospital is just phenomenal. as long as he's enjoying the sound that he's getting, then the plan is, give to h
CNN
Jun 21, 2013 2:00am PDT
try to find out. it's magic. talk about magic. >> there's our man grayson. we introduced you to him yesterday. we can't get enough. he's going to be with us on "new day." he'll be with his parents and how they are helping him adjust to the world with sound. it's an amazing story. we will see him on "new day." >> i can't wait. >> what a great way to end the first week of "new day" which has been fantastic. congratulations for that. >> thank you for being part of it. >> we are matching you guys today. if you look at your screen. >> i just noticed. >> this is for wall street. we are feeling the sell off. >> seeing red. >> you outdressed me as usual. >> i did. >> back to thenews. >> 48 minutes after the hour. coming up, wow. check this out. check out this catch. give that guy a contract. he the best catch you will ever see. the bleacher report coming up next. it's usually when i want to wear my favorite dress that i remember i should probably do laundry more often. yeah. yeah. cause' by the time i do there's all these mystery stains. i mean is it coffee? is it bronzer? did i play rugby
ABC
Jun 21, 2013 5:00am PDT
his astonished reaction when he first heard his dad's voice. >> hi, grayson. >> daddy loves you. daddy loves you. daddy -- >> he heard. >> can you hear daddy? >> wow. wow. every time you see it, it has the same impact. grayson was born without the auditory nerves that carry sound from the inner ear to the brain. doctors put that implant in place, which is usually only used in adults whose nerves have been damaged. doctors are confident grayson will eventually hear and speak like any other child. amazing. >> incredible so happy for them. those are the best first words to hear, too. >> daddy loves you? >> yeah. 5:46. leyla in charge of weather and traffic. >> indeed. oh, i have the best news, first day of summer. so i couldn't be happier myself. we do have lovely conditions that are awaiting us for this afternoon. looks like that coastal fog burning off. we do have a little bit of a layer of haze across the bay area but that's going to burn off this afternoon. here is look from our lake tahoe cam. what a sight. about 71 degrees going to be your high for today. if you're making you
FOX
Jun 20, 2013 10:00pm PDT
. >> hi grayson. talk to him, daddy. >> daddy loves you. daddy loves you. can you hear daddy? >> isn't that something? you can see the surprise as little grayson hears his dad's voice for the first time ever. doctors at the university implanted a micro chip in his brain. he is the first child to ever undergo that procedure. the device needs a little fine- tuning but they are confident as his brain learns to process sound, his ability to speak will follow. >> that's priceless. >> well, a new monthly event kicked off tonight in one san francisco neighborhood. eric tells us about a new effort to shine a positive light on the bay view. >> do you see that thing over there on the wall? that's me. >> reporter: a fixture on the corner of oakdale and lane in san francisco. >> hey, baby. how are you doing? >> reporter: davis or mr. d has been a larger than life part of the bay view long before a neighbor began painting this mural of him pointing to heaven. >> i'm proud of myself. do you know why? because i have lived 81 years. you never not make it, but keep trying. >> reporter: the event is pla
KICU
Jun 20, 2013 11:30pm PDT
going to see here is him hearing his father's voice for the first time. >> hi grayson. talk to him, daddy. >> daddy loves you. daddy loves you. can you hear daddy? >> isn't that something? you can see the surprise as little grayson hears his dad's voice for the first time ever. doctors at the university implanted a micro chip in his brain. he is the first child to ever undergo that procedure. the device needs a little fine- tuning but they are confident as his brain learns to process sound, his ability to speak will follow. >> that's priceless. >> well, a new monthly event kicked off tonight in one san francisco neighborhood. eric tells us about a new effort to shine a positive light on the bay view. >> do you see that thing over there on the wall? that's me. >> reporter: a fixture on the corner of oakdale and lane in san francisco. >> hey, baby. how are you doing? >> reporter: davis or mr. d has been a larger than life part of the bay view long before a neighbor began painting this mural of him pointing to heaven. >> i'm proud of myself. do you know why? because i have lived 81 ye
NBC
Jun 20, 2013 11:00pm PDT
boy. >> this is a milestone. grayson is the first child to receive hearing implants, it's part of an fda trial. >> a heartwarming story. >> summer is officially here. and a lot of you will be happy to hear that the radar is showing dry conditions. >> meteorologists across the country, rejoice, the sun's rays are on the tropic of cancer, it will send us into the longest period of daylight over the next 24 hours. maximize it tomorrow, as we head through the next couple of weeks, the sun will rise later, and maybe harder for you to get up in the morning hours. so, let's get a look here at the forecast, we go through tomorrow, mother nature will not disappoint on the first full day of summer. we will start off with a bit of stratus at the coast line, a lot of sunshine by the bay and through the interior valley. sunny at the coast, and also through the afternoon at the coast line. and we will see temperatures warming up a bit more. upper 70s by the bay. let's go outside to the live hd sky camera network. it's crystal clear down here to san jose, we have the pollen at moderate levels tomor
ABC
Jun 20, 2013 4:00am PDT
his life. >> unbelievable story. little grayson, born deaf. the moment he began hearing is captured on camera. >> can you hear your daddy? >> get in his face. >> can you hear daddy? >> yeah. >> the first child in the united states to have what's called an auditory brain stem implant. it's a microchip implanted in the brain to process sounds. it was done by doctors at unc hospital chapel hill. his parents say it's been phenomenal. >> oh, my gosh. that is just the best story. and i love how he's such a child. he heard his dad. he heard the doctor. back to playing. >> okay. >> pass me a box. i have to keep going. >>> and finally, whatever happened to alaska being called the nation's icebox? anything but that over the last few days. >> folks who just came through a brutal winter are heading to the beach. it's alaska. they're heading into the water. escaping record-setting temperatures. one small community hit 96 degrees. that's warmer than hawaii. the heat comes weeks after several cities had record lows. alaska has not seen a heat wave like this since 1969. >> wow. they're barbecuing.
KRON
Jun 22, 2013 7:00am PDT
!" "can you hear daddy?" >> clamp had never heard a sound. "grayson!" >>graysonwas born without the auditory nerves that carry sound from the inner ear to the brain. with a cochlear implant but, without nerves, it was ineffective. >>that's when doctors at the university of north carolina school of medicine gave him this. it's an auditory brainstem implant. the device is typically used in adults whose nerves have been damaged and hadn't yet children. an f-d-a approved trial. and grayson became the first child in the country to undergo the procedure. >>"we don't really know exactly what it's like for him. we don't know exactly what he hears, if he hears everything we hear, some of what we hear." >> doctors are confidentgraysonwill eventually hear and speak like any other child. his parents say he's already made great progress. although they won't soon forget what that first moment was like. >>"hi grayson. talk to him, daddy." "daddy loves you. daddy loves you." "he can hear!" >>doctor sanjay gupta, c-n- n, reporting. >>grayson's parents are actually his adoptive they believe his story
CBS
Jun 21, 2013 5:00am PDT
. >> isn't that amazing to see his reaction? grayson clamp was born completely deaf. he lacks the nerve that sends sound from his inner ear to his brain so through surgery, a device was implanted in his ear that collects and transmits sound through wires threaded through the skull and apparently it works. >> overwhelming joy to see your child hear for the first time. i don't think i have any other words that can adequately describe what that felt like. >> the surgery was done at the university of north carolina in chapel hill. the procedure is still experimental in children. grayson is among the first children to receive it. it was approved for adults in the year 2000. >> apparently the signal he made after he heard the voice was "voice." so he heard it and he was telling them what he heard. it was a sign he made right after. >> interesting. >>> 5:57 right now. in the next half hour, a flight from sfo to london takes off with one key thing missing. >> right now people are gathering for the final komen fundraising walk in the bay area. but what the cancellation means for the breast cancer fou
CNN
Jun 22, 2013 7:00am PDT
loves you. daddy loves you. daddy -- >> yes. >> can you hear that? >> that is 3-year-old grayson after hearing his dad's voice for the first time. the north carolina boy was born without a nerve that connects the brainstem to audio waves. he's the first child in the u.s. to receive an auditory brainstem implant and as you can see, it worked. his parents are thrilled and tell cnn grayson loves music. the family of a 7-year-old georgia boy could not afford costly new hearing implants for him. then a viewer saw their story right here on cnn and he made it his mission to help. cnn's george howell tells us more. >> when your teacher turns away from the class and turns to the board, can you hear her? >> no. >> why? >> because when i don't have my hearing aid on and somebody is t turned away from me, i don't know what they're saying. >> how does that make you feel? >> sad. >> when talking to 7-year-old hayden mckenzie, you have got to speak up. >> so i can hear. >> reporter: hayden has one used hearing aid that still works. his parents say they can't afford a new pair and they learned that in
MSNBC
Jun 18, 2013 1:00pm PDT
events over 50 times since 9/11. >> genuine is us now is alan grayson of florida and karen finney my colleague and the host of "disrupt with karen finney." welcome to you both. congressman, general alexander today revealed that this information helped prevent separate attacks on the new york subways and the new york stock exchange. has what you've heard today from him and what you heard the president say about these programs, has any of that assuaged some of your criticisms? >> no, it hasn't. the nsa is keeping a record of every single telephone call that you make, every single phone call that i make, every single phone call that every american makes. he failed to show that kind of basic big brother is watching you type surveillance is necessary or even that it helped in any of those situations that he described. similarly, with regard to the p-r- >> s-m-program, the document that was released in the leak indicates that there are e-mails that are being transcribed voip, the content of telephone calls. there are pictures being downloaded from apple, from google, from are microsoft and
CBS
Jun 21, 2013 6:00am PDT
you. >> grayson clamp was born deaf. he lacks the nerves that send sounds to the brain. a device was surgically placed into his air. it transmits sounds through wires threaded through the skull. >> overwhelming joy to see your child hear for the first time. i don't think i have any other words that could adequately describe what that felt like. >> the reaction was so sweet, too. the surgery was done at the university of north carolina in chapel hill. the procedure is still experimental in children. grayson is among the first to receive it. it was approved for adults back in 2000. >> that is great stuff. and really great for science. >>> 6:53. a check of your top stories coming up. >> including the final komen walk for breast cancer in the bay area kicking off shortly. what led to the cancellation in several big cities. ,,,,,,,, [female vo] then don't miss sleep train's [female vo] then don't miss sleep train's 4th of july sale! save on sleep train's most popular mattress sets. plus, pay no interest for 36 months on tempur-pedic and icomfort. sleep train's 4th of july sale is on now!
CBS
Jun 20, 2013 7:00am PDT
you. >> 3-year-old grayson was able to hear for the first time about three weeks ago and you're seeing his reaction when he hears his father's voice for the first time. imagine that. grayson was fifed with a brain stem implant. that's an electronic device that stimulate as nerve in the brain. welcome back. i love that story. >> see how he was stunned when he first heard something? what an incredible reaction. very nice. >> darling little boy, grayson. look at him. the surprise. >> one more example what we're learning about the brain and how you can connect it to all of our senses. >> and to hear the words daddy loves you. that's the first thing you hear. >> that's beautiful. >> very nice. >> that's beautiful. >>> all right. now she served in the senate and under the cabinets of two presidents and now elizabeth dole is an advocate for what she called hidden heroes. it is the subject she knows a lot about. her husband and former senator and presidential candidate bob dole was wounded in world war ii. senator dole welcome. >> my pleasure. it's good to be hire. >> i do want to get y
MSNBC
Jun 21, 2013 3:00am PDT
has the story. >> reporter: 3-year-old grayson was back for a checkup. he was born with a host of medical issues. open heart surgery as an infant. vision loss. no auditor nerves in either ear. about four weeks ago after a groundbreaking surgery little grayson heard his dad's voice for the very first time. >> daddy loves you. daddy loves you. daddy -- >> yes. >> can you hear daddy? >> mop nicole was shooting the video. >> when they turned that thing on and it worked, he responded to that sound, it was like just a weight was lifted off me. because it was just a long road getting there. >> nicole and len are high school sweethearts who adopted grayson out of foster care. >> he's a really smart little kid. he's got a lot going on in that brain of his that he wants to get out. and he wants to tell us. and you can tell that. and he just hasn't really been able to. >> i can hear myself. >> weem seen technology help others. the viral video of that indescribable moment when a person hears for the very first time. >> it's exciting. >> this is a milestone. grayson's inplant requires brain su
MSNBC
Jun 22, 2013 5:00am PDT
big. >> i want to bring in alan grayson who is joining us from orlan orlando. congressman, you voted no on this on thursday and we've been talking about the last-minute amendments and talking about the negotiation as really for the last few months. what was the breaking point for you? >> the $20 billion that they took away from hungry people. from hungry children. from the unemployed. from the working poor. why are we doing that? what kind of bill would it take for the republicans to support feeding the hungry. would we have to limit farm aid to fishes. it's a travesty. we have known for 3,000 years that a just society is one that shelters the homeless. that feeds the hungry. that heals the sick. why are they always against that? >> well, were you -- it looked like there were, first of all, 24 democrats who did end up voting for this and colin peterson, the democrat who was kind of managing it to get those 40 votes would say he would get 40 votes for it. what do you make of the fact that there were a couple dozen people on your own party willing to sign off on food stamp cuts? >> the
Current
Jun 20, 2013 6:00am PDT
it. i had alan grayson on last week and i love alan grayson, but his amendment he was trying to pass it is not going to pass. you are not going to get them to stop screening everything. i think there's a debate about security and privacy -- >> but i think the congressman knew that when he offered the amendment, but at least it started a conversation. >> stephanie: yes. >> and i think it's important to have those conversations and if liberals had not been there to push back there would be no fisa courts. >> stephanie: right. and this article, i'll read some of it next. but i think there's a way to do it constructively. and say screw you, obama i'm not going to vote. all right. karl frisch great stuff as always, honey, we'll see you the week after next. >> have a good one. i have to go take care of my masturbating fetus. [ applause ] >> stephanie: thank you. nineteen minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: call the political party line now, 1-800-steph-1-2. ♪ (vo) she gets the comedians laughing and the thinkers thinking. >>ok, so there's
Current
Jun 18, 2013 6:00am PDT
alan grayson on his petition, which i signed. there's no such thing as 100% privacy anyway. but what he is say is that data collection can be done within the confines of the constitution. this kind of thing where we -- if what snowden is saying is true, we have this mass amount of information coming at us. >> stephanie: right. but if you read the petition it says stop monitoring all of the calls and internet and all of that, and my point is you know i love alan grayson, and his medicare for all bill how much do i wish that could happen but there are political realities. is medicare for all the answer? yes, but it's not going to happen. and i'm just saying unfortunately this is not going to happen either. >> apparently the constitution consists of only the second amendment now. >> stephanie: yeah. >> the nsa thing has gotten so far out of control. we have billions of dollars -- we can't even know who is spending what, because we're not allowed to know that. >> stephanie: yeah. >> so some kind of action even if it is a little bit pie in the sky, make some movements towards getting
KRON
Jun 21, 2013 7:00am PDT
hear daddy? >> until this moment, he had never heard a sound. >>grayson was born without the audits every nervauditory nt helps them here is sound. the university of north carolina school of medicine gave him this. and auditory brain stem and plant. it is a device typically used in adult prisoners had been damaged. it had not been and approved for use in children. grayson became the first out of the country to undergo the surgery. >> we do not know what it is like for him. we do not know exactly what he hears. >> he will even chilly here and speak like every other child. his parents say he already has made great progress. he will not soon forget what that first moment was like. >> grayson, but daddy loves you. >> what a great story. the parents believe that by sharing his story they can help other children and maybe inspires some doctors. >> 8:27 a.m. they're filled 65, the high there will be 85. able be even hotter tomorrow. [female vo] then don't miss sleep train's [female vo] then don't miss sleep train's 4th of july sale! save on sleep train's most popular mattress sets. plus, p
FOX News
Jun 21, 2013 2:00am PDT
were your favorites this week. >> i love this segment. up first 3-year-old grayson's reaction being able to hear his dad's voice for the first time. >> next a retiring junior high school principal gets a sendoff performing a flash mob outside of school. >> he climbs up a tree right next to a hunter. which is your favorite video. you can send us your comments tweet them to us at foxfriendsfirst or e-mail us at foxfriendsfirst@foxnews.com. >> you can vote at the poll at foxandfriendsfirst.com. >> 25 after the top of the hour. still to come the department of agriculture hasn't heard there is no such thing as a free lunch spevenltding your tax dollars on food. >> that isn't lunch for some people. we are heading to florida to meet maria molina's family. you don't want to miss that. on this day in history back in 2004 spaceship one became the first privately funded man spaceship. [ phil ] when you have joint pain and stiffness... accomplishing even little things can become major victories. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. when i was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis, my rheumatologist pre
KRON
Jun 21, 2013 6:00am PDT
a pharmacists that they were 17 or older. >> the surprise on three year-old grayson clamps face in this video is priceless. it was the first time he heard a sound, and it was his father's voice. he was born without auctorial nerves which carry sound from the inner ear to the brain. he became the first child in the united states to receive an auditory brain stem and plan. he was adopted and his parents believe that his store will help many other children and help doctors improved technology. >> he has to now know how to talk. ♪ [ female announcer ] when did we start thinkiinng that eating a tiny breakfasta would help us weigh less?ss ♪ with the special k breakfastf, eat all this,is with new, hearty ty special k multi-grain cerea. data shows ws women who eat breakfastas tend to weigh less ss than those who don'ton. so eat right, not lessle. a new perspectivcte. what will you gain in when you lose?os ♪ ♪ what will you gain in when you lose?os ♪ i found our colors. we've mae de a d aecision. great, let l's go gget you set up.... you neu ed bru bshes... you shouldou checkhe ou
FOX News
Jun 21, 2013 8:00am PDT
implant, but it's actually been around, this technology, for more than a decade. little grayson is one of the first children to receive it, and we're joined by a doctor who has performed this type of surgery. he's from columbia university medical center and rushed down to join us so, doc, it's great to see you can. i know you're a doctor, but when you see that video, what goes through your mind? >> amazing, just amazing. i mean, here's a child who's never heard before, never heard his parents before, never herald a sound before -- heard a sound before, and he suddenly lights up. jenna: we still don't know what he's hearing, right? there's a mystery about what this device actually produces inside. >> exactly. we don't know whether he's hearing words or sounds. it'll take them some time to figure out exactly what he's hearing in the first place. jenna: tell us a little bit about what is this implant? >> well, okay. so normally when we hear, we hear it through our eardrum, the three little hearing bones, and we have the inner ear. and the inner ear is connected to our brain. so if we lose
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